In the 19th century Europe begun the realistic movement in sculpture, with the goal of showing the reality just as it is, as it surrounds us, today we find magic realism of the Spanish artist Antonio López, artworks which entrap us without a touch of being artificial.
At our gallery you will find realistic works of Martin Duque (student of Antonio Lopez from Madrid), Lorenzo Quinn and those of Miguel Guía.
Abstract sculptures are nothing new, their roots are dated back to the Ancient Egypt, african art, as well as pre-Columbian works; all of which used abstract for artistic expression. Already in the 19th century Europe artists begun to propose styles seen now as abstract, for instance: Henry Moore, Constantin Brancusi. In Spain appeared:, Eduardo Chillida, Jorge Oteiza, Julio Gonzalez ( Picasso’s teacher).
At our gallery you will find abstract works of Guía, Moreno Linares, Canduela, Caramagano, J.L. Toledano etc.
In the last century Europe saw development of a movement now called Cubism, an attempt at representation of multiple dimensions of one and the same object. Genius artists such as Pablo Picasso, Georges Braqué, Jean Metzinger, Albert, Gleizes, Robert Delaunay, Juan Gris and Jaques Lipchitz are great examples of the strength and significance of this movement.
At our gallery you will find cubist artists of Miguel Guía.
When talking of the impressionism one should start with August Rodín, a french sculptor who brought impressionism in sculptures to its highest, his works show great power of the unfinished. Other artists that can’t be ignored is Alberto Giacometti, whose brought abstraction and simplicity into the impressionism.
At our gallery you can enjoy impressionist creations of such authors as: Martín Duque, Jesús Campos, Pedrín and Fernandez de cura.
Throughout the history human body has been present in the art constantly, the need to represent gods, heroes or simple human form in the hunt, maternity, love and other of multitude of human expression.
Sculptures of entire body, of a man, a woman, or of children, busts, hands or Esculturas de cuerpo completo, de hombres mujeres y niños, torsos, bustos, Manos.
Since the prehistory, Egypt, Mesopotamia, Asia etc.. until today, we can find multitude of artistic visions on human being showing us as all of the numerous faces a human can display.
At our gallery you will find all types of styles and sculptures revolving around the representation of a human being. Martin Duque, Lorenzo Quinn, Miguel Guia, Jesús Campos etc.…
Since creation by Velázquez of the famous meninas painting, as well as other painting of his representing queens and infants, numerous artists have attempted at representing different styles of Meninas, in particular Manolo Valdés, with his abstract and impressionist representations of the Meninas.
At our gallery you will find several approaches to the Meninas created by known artists such as Martin Duque or Miguel Guía.
Alike the human forms, the representation of animal world has always been a strong inspiration, from the earliest paintings depicting the hunt, or objects made out of animal bones, to realistic or simple abstract representations of the beauty in and animal.
At our gallery you will find Horses, Cats, Dogs etc in different styles and interpretations.
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